National Impact Fee Roundtable, October 15-17, 2003, Hilton San Diego Gaslamp Quarter, San Diego, CA
“Ensuring Qualityof Life for Growing Cities Through Impact Fees: The Chula Vista Model,” presentation by Alex Al-Agha, Deputy Director of Engineering, City of Chula Vista; Guy Asaro, Vice President, the Eastlake Company; G. Thomas Bandy, Director of Municipal Finance, Pacific Municipal Consultants, Cathy Burciaga, Administrative & Fiscal Services Manager, City of Chula Vista
“California Statewide Community Infrastructure Program (SCIP),” presentation by Justin Cooper, Esquire, Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe, LLP
“Impact Fee Basics,” presentation by Deborah Galardi, Principal, Galardi Consulting, LLC; Rick Giardina, President, Rick Giardina & Associates, Inc.; and Tyson Smith, Freilich, Leitner & Carlisle
“A Multi-Family Industry Perspective on Impact Fees,” presentation by Rachel Arnold, State Policy Manager, National Apartment Association
“A Comparison of Consumptive-Based and Improvements-Based Transportation Impact Fees,” presentations by Clancy Mullen, Infrastructure Finance Director, Duncan Associates and Andy Mortensen, Regional Transportation Planning Manager, The Transpo Group, Inc.
“Impact Fees Around the Country,” consisted of presentations of papers on a compilation of national surveys by Clancy Mullen, Infrastructure Finance Director, Duncan Associates and alongitudinal analysis of his long-running survey by Dr. James C. Nicholas, Professor of Urban and Regional Planning and Adjunct Professor of Law, University of Florida at Gainesville